Steamboat’s newest restaurant is now open. Laundry, Steamboat Springs’ freshest hip-spot is a breath of fresh air for Steamboat. Like I said the other night while eating some fantastic food and bathing in the atmosphere, we no longer have to drive to Boulder for such an experience.
Born and raised in Seattle, I feel that Steamboat lacks a little in the metropolitan life. We have more farming and feed stores than coffee shops and more stores selling cowboy hats than sushi restaurants. So when a new restaurants open in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, hopes are high.
Laundry is great. With its rustic, warehouse like brick walls to the fabricated art-deco wine rack, it’s feels more like Seattle or Chicago than Steamboat.
As written by OpenTable, “Laundry is the latest endeavor from creative chef/entrepreneur Rex Brice. Located in the historic Soda Creek building, the home of the Steamboat Laundry from 1910- 1977, Laundry will feature Executive Chef Vicki Connacher’s award-winning food. Laundry’s delightful blend of Western charm and contemporary urban atmosphere are complimented by an eclectic beer and wine selection. The Americana themed bar features whiskeys, tequilas, and many tantalizing house infused vodkas. Gather your friends for creative food, handcrafted cocktails, and lively conversation.”
Thanks for the vision Rex. It’s located next to Creekside on 11th.